NASA developed red light technology to heal wounds in space but you don't need to be an Astronaut to experience red light therapy. Red light is light in the visible light spectrum at a wavelength of 620 nanometers. It's near Infra red light on the light spectrum but Infra Red is invisible, red light is visible. Red light is not anywhere near close to UV so despite our beds looking like sunbeds, collagen beds are nothing like their UV simulation counterparts. Red light therapy is natural, non invasive, pain free and uv-free, it does not cut, burn or break the skin.
Red light penetrates to the bottom of the dermis or to a depth of up to 10mm under the skin surface. Red light stimulates the skins ability to produce collagen and elastin, it also increases oxygen and nutrients. Collagen and elastin are the main proteins that contribute to our skin's elasticity, texture and tone. After around the age of 25 the body's natural skin metabolism slows down production thus the ageing process begins. Once ageing starts it is a slippery slope downhill leading to dryer complexions, wrinkles and loss of skin elasticity. Red light therapy helps our bodies halt the slippery slope.
Red light therapy is not a quick fix. It's taken time for most of us to develop those wrinkles so you can't expect them to disappear overnight. Everyone's results are going to be individual , typically though clients see improvement in skin tone and texture, pore size, pigmentation spots, acne, it reduces the appearance of wrinkles and scars and rosacea.
There are different forms of red light therapy including LED and collagen fluorescent lamps. LED typically treat small areas at one time only. Seecret collagen beds use collagen fluorescent lamps that can generate a much higher level and broader spectrum of light energy to the skin and gives full body results.